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The New York Times published an anonymous op-ed this week, which heavily criticized President Donald Trump. The article mentioned how the author was someone in Trump’s own administration. This has led to Trump demanding that the name be revealed over safety concerns.

Many people from the administration have denied being the person who wrote the article. One of those names is none other than Linda McMahon, who serves as the Head of the Small Business Administration for Trump. Like the others, she denied being the author.


Even before Linda got her current job, she knows Trump well as he’s appeared numerous times on WWE TV. The two most memorable moments were when Trump “purchased” WWE from Vince McMahon and later shaving Vince’s head at WrestleMania 23. He was eventually inducted into the celebrity wing of WWE’s Hall of Fame in 2013.

When Trump was running for president, one of his top donors was the McMahon family. This came after two expensive and unsuccessful attempts by Linda to win a senate seat in Connecticut. There is still no word on who wrote the article for The New York Times, but the White House has apparently narrowed the search. If it was Linda, that would certainty bring another level of attention to WWE.

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